tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC March 30, 2012 12:35am-1:35am PDT
[ cheers and applause ] >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, everybody! how you doing? welcome. thank you for coming tonight. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. we're going to have fun tonight. >> audience member: i love you! >> jimmy: i love you too. [ scattered cheers ] it's gonna be fun. we're going to have a good time. so, thanks for coming. guys, here's some political news here. a new poll found that president obama's approval rating is above 50% for the first time since last may. obama made sure to -- [ scattered applause ] -- yeah. obama made sure to thank the people who made that possible. mitt romney, rick santorum, newt gingrich and ron paul. [ laughter and applause ] speaking of the election, today rick santorum gave a speak at the jelly belly factory in california. [ laughter ] incidentally, the jelly belly factory was also newt gingrich's name in college. isn't that -- isn't that weird? [ applause ] kind of a cool nickname. >> steve: that's cool. >> jimmy: jelly belly factory. >> steve: what's up, jelly belly
factory? >> jimmy: who you doing, jackee? >> steve: yeah. [ as jackee harry ] what's up jelly belly factory? [ laughter ] mmm -- how much you weigh? 2-2-7? >> jimmy: how much you weigh? is that what you said? >> steve: yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: this is interesting, you guys. a recent survey showed that rick santorum is the favorite gop candidate among republican women. when he heard that, santorum was like, "wait, women have the right to vote?" [ laughter and ohs ] what's that all about? hey -- yesterday -- this actually happened, by the way. yesterday mitt romney told wisconsin voters that he had a humorous story, which ended up being about his father shutting down a factory. [ light laughter ] he said it was a humorous story. then romney added, "and you're gonna love this, ever ship of a ship called the 'titanic?'" it's a humorous story. this is unbelievable, last weeks
doctors in the u.k. removed the tip of a pool cue from a man's brain. when the surgeon went to operate, he was like -- [ laughter ] "can't really -- can't really get a good angle here. there we go. i got it. i got it." have you guys seen this? prince harry is apparently moving into a new apartment right next door to prince william and kate middleton. even the queen was like -- [ in english accent ] "did somebody say 'sitcom'?" very sarcastic, the queen. >> steve: she's so -- she's sarcastic. >> jimmy: check this out, this week in ireland, an elephant escaped from a circus and ended up at a mall. fortunately he didn't hurt anyone but he did sit in one of those brookestone massage chairs with no intention of buying it. [ light laughter ] >> steve: r-r-rude. >> jimmy: r-r-rude. and he bought one of those glider planes. >> steve: hey! >> jimmy: hey, whoa. >> steve: loop-de-loop. hey. as seen on tv.
>> jimmy: whoa, through the legs. listen to this, a company in france is selling a new espresso maker that can be installed in your car. of course, if you really want to grind your beans while traveling, you can just ride a bike. >> steve: whoa! [ laughter ] da-na-na! -- ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] and the peabody award-ward, goes to-to-to -- jimmy fallon-fallon-fallon! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: finally you guys, finally, just weeks after announcing she's pregnant, snooki tweeted a picture showing off her new engagement ring. yeah, her fiancee even got it engraved with a romantic phrase, "we had to." [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight, give it up for the roots, right there!
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh boy, oh boy. [ cheers and applause ] we have a fantastic show tonight. we have a sexy, sexy show. probably the sexiest show we've ever had. >> steve: i think so. i think -- >> jimmy: can you feel it? [ cheers and applause ] sexy -- we got the fantastic susan sarandon is here! [ cheers and applause ] oh la la. we have victoria secret supermodel adriana lima is here. [ cheers and applause ] and music by patrizio. [ cheers and applause ] patrizio. >> steve: and right said fred. >> jimmy: patrizio. >> steve: and right said fred too, right? >> jimmy: no, right said fred -- they couldn't make it. they were too sexy. they were too sexy. patrizio. >> steve: patrizio. >> jimmy: he's like this international -- in italy this guy can't even cross the street. >> steve: he's a giant.
>> jimmy: people -- all the ladies are swooning. i haven't seen someone swoon since -- >> steve: the '20s. [ light laughter ] i saw buddy rogers. >> jimmy: patrizio. >> steve: patrizio. >> jimmy: yeah, he's gonna play with the roots. isn't he playing with you guys? >> yes, he is. >> jimmy: yeah, that's good. good stuff. you guys are gonna dig it. it's fun. hey, i don't know if you guys heard about this -- charlie sheen? he's a friend of ours here at "late night." we love him. [ light laughter ] he's returning to television. he's got a new show on fx called "anger management." [ light laughter ] it's true. [ laughter ] that's not the only thing he has in the works. turns out he's releasing another fragrance, a cologne for men, i think. anyway, we got a hold of the commercial for it. so, take a look. [ whispers ] >> cologne. >> well, hello there. it's been a while. miss me? well, guess what, i never left. i've always been right here.
right here. and -- right here. [ cheers and applause ] that's right. i've been cloned. [ laughter ] clone cologne. my awesomeness is now everywhere. i can smell like i'm in two places at once. just when you think i've left for good, i show up again better than ever. duh. winning. >> we don't do that anymore. >> we don't? >> no, that was from last year. >> i was cloned from last years charlie sheen. >> wait, wait, wait. you were cloned? i thought i was the clone? then which one of us is the real charlie sheen? >> all right, all right. we have to figure this out. say something that only the actual charlie sheen would say. >> um, um, my new series "anger management" premiers june 28th on fx? >> what are you doing? this isn't a commercial -- i mean, this is a commercial but for the other thing, the cologne. [ phone rings ] >> hold on, hold on. [ phone rings ]
i can't talk to him right now, you take it. >> he doesn't want to talk to me. >> don't you get it? you are me. [ whispers ] clone. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he's a good man. he's a good man. charlie sheen is awesome. i love that guy. thank you, charlie. clones. hey, guys, it's time for "late night hashtags," here we go. ♪ hashtags, hashtags hashtags, hashtags hashtags ♪ >> jimmy: these are lists on twitter, where we give you the topic and you send in the tweets and since april fool's day is coming up, i went on twitter and started a hashtag called #bestprankever. and i asked you guys at home to tweet out the best prank you or someone you know ever played. we got thousands of tweets. in fact, at one point, it was a worldwide trending topic. which is awesome. so, thank you for your tweets. [ cheers and applause ] yeah, it's cool. tonight, i thought i'd share
some of my favorite best prank ever tweets from you guys. here we go. first one is from @mcwuggie. he says, "changed every contact in my friend's home to harry potter characters. he still gets texts from hagrid." [ laughter ] that's a pretty good bit. this one's from @superbass911. he says, "my doctor once told me, 'it never gets old to walk in a room, open up a patient's file and go, yikes.'" [ laughter ] cool doctor. i would kill him if he did that. this one's from @baronster. he says, "my dad said he took care of the squirrel problem in the attic, then threw a bag with a fur hat in it at my mom." [ laughter ] >> steve: always good. >> jimmy: that's a good bit. >> steve: always good. >> jimmy: that's a good bit. this one's from @nkotbstillmyheart. that's my twitter account. [ laughter ] she says, "left a fake message for my mom from casino security telling that she was caught on tape putting prime rib in her fanny pack."
that's a weird bit. >> steve: how'd they catch me? >> jimmy: this one's from @ophetsjbc. he says, "ahead of time told the entire senior class not to clap when the valedictorian finished his speech." [ audience ohs ] that's mean. that's mean. onward and upward. [ laughter ] onward and upward. i'm done. [ cheers and applause ] this one's from @chris3enspy. she says, "i tell my dad that usb jump drives are voice activated, so he says 'activate' whenever he plugs one in." [ laughter and applause ] that's a good burn. >> steve: that is good. >> jimmy: activate. see, it works. >> steve: honey, i don't think it works like -- just shut up! >> jimmy: so angry, that guy. >> steve: he's a very angry man. >> jimmy: this one's from @rachelsegel. she says, "i took everything
from our friend's bedroom and set it up exactly the same on the front lawn." look at the picture. there you go. [ laughter ] >> steve: that's nice. >> jimmy: oh man. this next one is from a friend of our show, james vanderbeek -- played the game, the hashtag game. the beek. >> steve: the beek. >> jimmy: he says, "when my friends got sloppy drunk in college i'd ha them re-record their voice mail greeting and change their pin code." [ slurring ] this is dave. i'm not here. when it says "beep" start talking. [ laughter ] that was like bill cosby, almost. >> steve: it was. [ as cosby ] this is dave -- leave a message after the beep. >> steve: jell-o pudding. >> jimmy: this one's from @saintjocelyns. she says, "i taped metal to my sister's cereal bowl and then went under the table with a magnet and moved the bowl whenever she took a bite." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: it's a ghost. >> jimmy: this one's from @cwilcox09.
he says, "i texted a random number, 'i just buried the body, let's go get some sushi.'" this last one is from @killermiller92. he says, "i put a rubber snake under the bathroom door while my mom was d king a bath. she ran naked screaming, "hell no!'" there you have it! tonight's "late night hashtags." to check out more of our favorites, go to latenightwithjimmyfallon.com/ hashtags. stick around, we'll be right back with more "late night." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] we got a real mom and the family car to do an experiment. we put a week of her family's smelly stuff all in at once to prove that new febreze car vent clips could eliminate the odor. then we brought her family to our test facility to see if it worked. [ woman ] take a deep breath. tell me what you smell. something fresh. a beach. a clean house. my new car. [ woman ] go ahead and take your blindfolds off. oh! [ laughs ]
♪ darts of insanity ♪ >> jimmy: thank you. this is "darts of insanity," a game of skill, strategy and what some would consider moral depravity. >> whoo! [ whip crack ] >> jimmy: higgins, let's get three contestants down here. >> steve: well, jimmy, coming to the stage are rick endu, corey kinndleman, and corey luca. come on down for -- ♪ darts of insanity >> jimmy: how you doing, buddy? nice to see you. thank you for being here, you guys. what's your name and where are you from? >> rick from san diego. >> jimmy: very good. [ cheers and applause ] very good. where are you from, and what's your name? >> corey from long island. >> jimmy: very good. what's your from, and where's your name? >> corey from the west side of long island. >> jimmy: hey, good man. all right. [ cheers and applause ] double core, hard core. all right, guys. listen up. here's how this game works. to your right, on the sharp 108, is the dreaded dart board of insanity. >> oh, hell no! [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: now, one at a time, you'll take this official buzz the ultimate rapid blast air blaster. [ laughter ] and shoot a rubber dart at the board. the board will quickly flash between various stunts you may be subjected to, each of which carries a specific point value. for instance, we have emission possible, three points. believe it or snot for six points. or the dreaded fondles the clown for 12 points. [ laughter ] that's where we find a dude off the street, dress him up like a clown, and let him tickle you in your swimsuit area. [ laughter ] whatever your dart lands on, that's what you're going to have to do, okay? whoever has the most points at the end of one round wins the game and a check for $100. you guys ready? [ cheers and applause ] all right, great. contestant number one, you stand up here. you guys can stay back there. stand behind the firing line here. all right, very good. turn on the blaster. [ laughter ]
initiate the dart board of insanity. [ drumroll ] [ computer noises ] all right, go for a good one. try to get the most points. [ drumroll ] [ ding ] oh! blindfold balloon toss. five points. ♪ blindfold balloon toss for five points. higgins, tell him what he's got to do. >> steve: well, jimmy, tonight's lucky contestant will be blindfolded. and then, have 20 seconds to pop three balloons on the floor by stepping on them. if he can pop all three balloons, he's got five points. jimmy! >> jimmy: very good, all right. there are the balloons, right there. okay? as you can see, there are three balloons on the floor. all you have to do is pop them by stomping on them with your feet, okay? first i'm going to put the blindfold on you. [ laughter ] and i'm going to spin you around. and i'm going to stand in front of you so you don't really -- you can use your ears like bats do and find out, like where -- audience, just be quiet, or you're going to ruin it. all right, here we go. ready, 20 seconds on the clock,
please. audience, cheer him on! ready, set, pop those balloons! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ good, go! oh, yes, yes! that was it! ♪ [ buzzer ] all right, all right. very good. thank you. very good. all right. [ cheers and applause ] thank you, buddy. you can take the blindfold off. you did not pop all the balloons, but good try. head on over there, buddy. you're a good man. let's go to our next contestant. [ laughter ] all right. hey, what's up, buddy, how are you doing? >> good. >> jimmy: all right, you know what you have to do, right? you want to hit the board, and try to land on something with a lot of points. >> all right. >> jimmy: you ready? >> i'm ready. >> jimmy: let's start the dart board of insanity. [ drum roll ] [ computer noises ] here's your gun. you fire when ready, buddy. [ drum roll ] [ ding ] shake your balls off.
♪ [ cheers and applause ] higgins, tell him what he's got to do for this one. >> steve: well, jimmy, tonight's lucky contestant gets to put on the customized velcro man thong with a bunch of sticky balls attached to it. he'll then have 15 seconds to shake all the balls off. if he succeeds, he's got ten points. jimmy. >> jimmy: all right, buddy. you can do this. i know you can do this. all right. very good. you've just got to put -- put on the velcro diaper. let's get it on there. the girls can help you out with this. [ laughter ] all right. >> tight. >> jimmy: you have the velcro diaper on, make sure it's on good and tight. all right. very, very good. >> this feels awkward. >> jimmy: yeah, it's a little awkward. looks pretty good, though. is this on tight enough? all right, good. all right, very good. we're going to give you 15 seconds. you've got to try to shake all those balls off. >> can't use my hands? >> jimmy: you can't use your hands. only hip thrusts and body gyrations. [ laughter ] think you can do this? >> yeah. >> jimmy: 15 seconds on the clock, please. audience, cheer him on! ready, set, shake your balls off!
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ shake your balls off shake shake your balls off ♪ ♪ shake shake those balls off shake shake your balls off ♪ ♪ shake shake them shake shake your balls off ♪ >> jimmy: shake it! ♪ shake shake your balls off ♪ [ buzzer ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i can't -- i can't believe it. i can't believe it. you did not shake all of your balls off, though. but, thank you. it was a good effort. head on over there. let's see our last contestant here. [ cheers and applause ] all right, my friend. it's down to you. are you ready to do this? >> yep. >> jimmy: all right, good luck. initiate the dart board of insanity. [ drum roll ] [ computer noises ] you want -- you want high points here. you want to go for the highest points you can. ♪ [ ding ] dude spoon! 15 points! [ cheers and applause ] higgins, tell him what he's got to do!
>> steve: well, jimmy, tonight's contestant gets to spend some quality time in bed with sebastian. he's a scorpio, a three time felon, and master of the ancient art of spooning. it's the dude spoon, and it's worth 15 points. jimmy? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how you doing, sebastian? >> what's up, jimmy jam? >> jimmy: nice to see you, sebastian. look, now, look -- >> nice to meet you. >> nice to meet you. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: all you have to do is just let -- the only thing you have to do is let sebastian here spoon you for 20 seconds. [ laughter ] and you could be our big winner tonight. >> okay. >> jimmy: you ready for this challenge? >> i'm ready. >> jimmy: sebastian, are you ready? >> i am now. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: all right. go jump in bed with sebastian, and assume the position. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] it's all good. let him have his way with you. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
oh, my god. >> excited about the oscars? have you seen "the help?" >> no, i haven't. >> oh, it's a great movie. it's a great movie. it's the greatest movie of the decade. >> jimmy: almost done. almost done. [ buzzer ] time is up. time is up. you almost didn't want to get out of there! >> i know. >> jimmy: you did it, you completed the dude spoon. which means won! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ you're tonight's winner! and as our big winner, you'll be receiving a check for $100 right there! congratulations. you earned it, buddy. >> thanks, man. >> jimmy: that is awesome. guys, come on over. i'm sorry you did not win, but you were good sports, so you also will be getting $100. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ and everyone will be taking home these official "late night with jimmy fallon" t-shirts, right there, you guys. [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is an academy award-winning actress who is starring opposite jason segal and ed helms in the critically-acclaimed new movie "jeff, who lives at home." please welcome back to the show the beautiful, the talented susan sarandon! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ toucha toucha toucha touch me i wanna be dirty ♪ ♪ toucha toucha toucha touch me i wanna be dirty ♪ >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. how are you, pal?
>> i love coming here with -- your band is the best ever. >> jimmy: oh, we love the roots. >> and you're the greatest -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you for coming back -- >> so much fun. i'm happy to be here. thanks. >> jimmy: yeah. how's the family? everyone good? >> everyone's excellent. >> jimmy: eva just got -- she just got married? >> yeah, and it went really well and i like the guy and i'm relieved. >> jimmy: he's cool? he passed the test? >> he passed a big test and we actually had a wedding -- i don't know. planning a wedding, i hear, can be very stressful. >> jimmy: yeah, of course. >> it wasn't bad. we really had a good time. no, no, no. >> jimmy: where did you do it? >> south carolina, charleston. >> jimmy: oh. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: it's beautiful there. oh my gosh. [ light laughter ] yeah -- couple -- >> everyone could walk so if people got drunk, it didn't matter. >> jimmy: oh, i love it. >> just fabulous. good planning. >> jimmy: yeah. i do that wherever i go. >> yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: -- stumbling distance to something. >> yeah, yeah, no, it was -- it was good. >> jimmy: i can make it to my hotel room or whatever. >> when i got married, i just pulled ivy off a building. i got married at 20. what was i thinking? i don't know. we won't go there. but -- >> jimmy: you pulled ivy off a building? >> yeah, it was just -- my dress velcroed together but this was like a real wedding. [ laughter ] and it went -- and she was
beautiful and -- >> jimmy: bet she looked gorgeous. i just saw some spread that you guys did -- a fashion thing. >> the thing in neiman marcus? i know. it's crazy, right? yeah, we pulled it together. >> stunning. >> thank you. >> jimmy: and you guys worked together on that sandler movie, right? >> yes. for once i play her older instead of her playing me younger. she was very happy about that. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. >> yeah, she goes to prison and i'm her in prison. >> jimmy: oh my god. of course. in a sandler movie, that's perfect. yeah, absolutely. >> she has an affair with him when he's 13. and she's his teacher. it's very hot. >> jimmy: oh my gosh. >> i mean, in kind of a warped way. >> jimmy: in a warped way. in a -- [ light laughter ] >> but funny way. >> jimmy: in the crazy, adam sandler way. >> a really funny way. >> jimmy: now, we have to -- let's talk about "jeff, who lives at home." >> oh, let's. >> jimmy: i mean, this is -- this is big time stuff. you got jason segal. explain the movie to people. >> it's a story of a family and the mom is a single mom 'cause her husband died and she has a 30-year-old son who's very sweet and trying to figure out the meaning of the universe, living in the basement, smoking a lot of weed.
and then, ed helms is the other son who's done everything right but is even more miserable. >> jimmy: yeah. >> he's married to judy greer and it all takes place in a day and there's lots of twists and turns and very funny scenes as only it can be when you're desperate. >> jimmy: exactly, yeah. do you have any kids that live at home? >> i -- yes. and even some that aren't mine that keep coming back. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: just strangers? we haven't met before. >> well, my -- my big son graduated and went across the country, making a documentary about the homeless and his crew then lived with me for a couple months and so i kicked them out when i had to send my other son to school. >> jimmy: so, yeah-- so -- >> but it was -- but i love it. i love it when they all come home and actually, i think it's a great -- if you can just get them to, you know, take care of their stuff and not act like they're 11, i think it's a great opportunity you get to kinda know your kids as adults. and it does -- yeah, i mean, and then, to get to know you as people because they don't realize that you existed before they did. >> jimmy: yeah, that's true. yeah. >> you know, they don't. >> jimmy: they just look at you as -- yeah, mom and dad but then -- it's interesting. yeah, i think it's a big trend.
a lot of people are living at home. i was thinking about moving in with my parents. now. [ light laughter ] >> does your wife know that? >> jimmy: no. my therapist does, though. yeah, my therapist does. >> well, in other countries they do it all the time. you know, it's not a big deal to have three generations living together. and it can kinda be cool. the problem is when people feel they're being taken advantage of. and, you know. i haven't quite figured out how to -- get the routine down at our house, actually, but maybe spanking should come back in. i don't know. >> jimmy: oh yeah. [ laughter ] yeah, we're big supporters of that here. >> my housekeeper. they kind of charm her and so, she does stuff she's not supposed to, like pick up after them. so we have to stop that this summer, when they all come back again. >> jimmy: come on, you guys, get it together. >> yeah. >> jimmy: or -- throw you out. all right, yeah, get it together. i want to show you a clip of "jeff, who lives at home." here's susan sarandon, you guys. >> what do you do in the basement? you're not cleaning it. >> do you really want to know? you didn't like it last time we had this conversation. >> okay, no, you're right. i don't, i don't. did you get the wood glue? >> what are you talking about? >> i left you a note on the kitchen counter. >> i haven't been upstairs. >> one of the shutters on the pantry is broken and i need you to fix it.
you know, i'm kind of busy right now, so -- >> all i want for my birthday is for you to get your ass off that couch and you get on the bus and you go to the home depot. you come home you fix the shutter before i get home or you're gonna find some place else to live. >> fine. >> fine. good. you got it? do you understand? >> yes, mom! okay! >> love you. good bye. [ hangs up ] >> did you just hang up on me? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i love that he asked that. my mom doesn't hang up on me, ever. my mom says --- i call my mom and she says a story and then she goes, "all right, bye. um -- quickly -- what are you guys watching on tv tonight?" or something like that and i go, "i don't know, whatever." and just say -- but she, "okay, all right, bye. oh, wait -- and --" and i go, "you know, i'm just gonna hang up the phone on you." >> but do you tell her about music and books to read and stuff like that? 'cause that's what i'm really understanding now. that's really the reason you have children. >> jimmy: yeah, i don't tell her about -- my mom reads more than i do. i got her a kindle and i don't know where that's hidden in the house.
but she has no idea what that is. she thinks it's a remote control. [ laughter ] >> i like to touch books. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i wanna touch them. i wanna smell them. i don't want them on kindle. >> jimmy: she likes to go to the library and stuff like that so i just figured -- this, you don't have to do -- you stay at home and the library comes to you. >> it's not fun. >> jimmy: it's not fun? [ laughter ] she still goes to the library. >> "jeff, who lives at home" is in select cities right now. and it's here, nationwide on friday. more with susan when we come back, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] surprising hydration. now from your razor. new schick hydro silk. water-activated serum hydrates your skin longer than any other razor. it's the only one with five blades and skin guards that smooth skin to help reduce irritation. women prefer hydro silk to the leading brand.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: ladies and gentlemen we present to you two brains working as one. the first brain providing the answer, the second brain revealing the question. it's time for a "brainstorm." [ thunder crashes ] [ cheers and applause ] >> italian sausage. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what got snooki pregnant? [ laughter and applause ]
>> i, robot. >> jimmy: how did mitt romney start his wedding vows? [ thunder crashes ] [ applause ] >> pass/fail. >> jimmy: what happens when tim tebow throws a football? [ cheers and applause ] >> take five. >> jimmy: what does newt gingrich do when he sees a tray of cheeseburgers? [ laughter and applause ] [ thunder crashes ] >> here's the situation.
>> jimmy: what did the doorman at the "jersey shore" rehab center say? [ applause ] [ thunder crashes ] >> a change of heart. >> jimmy: what did dick cheney have last weekend? [ audience ohs ] [ thunder crashes ] [ laughter ] >> once you go black -- >> jimmy: what is president obama's re-election slogan? [ thunder crashes ] [ cheers and applause ] >> the old ball and chain.
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>> jimmy: you know our next guest as a victoria's secret angel and one of the world's best-known supermodels. here to tell us about the new "victoria's secret swim 2012" catalogue, which went out yesterday, please welcome to the show adriana lima. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ spread my wings and fly away to a place that i long for ♪ >> jimmy: welcome to the show. adriana. is it ah-driana or a-driana? >> ah-driana. >> jimmy: adriana. >> yes. >> jimmy: yeah, that's what you -- >> you no pronounce the r very well, actually. >> jimmy: i do? >> yes, you do. >> jimmy: this is fantastic. whatever you just said is awesome. this is great. [ light laughter ] you grew up salvador, bahia, brazil. >> yes. >> jimmy: yeah, now, what is that like in brazil? i never been to brazil. >> well -- >> jimmy: it's beautiful. >> i grew up -- the city by the coast is the fourth biggest city in brazil and the food is very
different. it's very exotic. i think everything quite -- is quite exotic. >> jimmy: what -- do you have -- i think i've been to a brazilian restaurant where they just kept giving me meat. >> meat? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: know what i'm talking about? >> churrascaria, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, churrascaria. >> we love meat. >> jimmy: i didn't know what was going on because you have to flip over something to say, "stop giving me meat." >> yes, yes, yes. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but i didn't know. they kept offering me more meat. i'm like -- like a glutton. i'm like -- it's like medieval times in here, yeah. >> that's traditional. we don't do that every day. something that you would do only on sundays but, you know, you eat late, wake up, like, at 12:00 and you go, with your family to have a nice lunch. >> jimmy: a nice family -- and then -- and portuguese is the native language? >> yes, portuguese. >> jimmy: so you speak portuguese? can you teach me a phrase in portuguese? >> yeah, is there anything particular you like me to teach you? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: oh, maybe say it was -- the pleasure is mine.
>> [ speaking in portuguese ] >> jimmy: say what? >> [ speaking in portuguese ] [ laughter ] [ speaking in portuguese ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. that's why you keep doing that. [ speaking in portuguese ] >> yes. >> jimmy: [ speaking in portuguese ] >> yes. >> jimmy: isuzu -- no, i'm just kidding. >> no. [ laughter ] that's something else. that's not portuguese. >> jimmy: say it again. >> [ speaking in portuguese ] >> jimmy: [ speaking in portuguese ] >> yes, very good. >> jimmy: hey, let's talk about this, guys, here. look at this. "victoria's secret swim --" this is the swim -- 2012 swimwear catalogue. [ cheers and applause ] oh, la, la. that is not you, however. but you're in there. [ laughter ] this lady is not even wearing a brassiere. [ laughter ] but that's why she needs this catalogue. [ laughter ] you get all sorts of tops. she's wondering. she's out on the beach. she's like, "i didn't bring anything." [ laughter ]
you look in the catalogue, you pick out -- you go, "oh, i'll wear that top next time i go out." [ light laughter ] here's you, right there, lookin' -- this is -- oh, la, la sasson. [ audience ohs ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. now, look at this. you just look gorgeous. look at the -- i mean, gosh, you're just stunning but your face is just like -- is that like a model thing. you have to learn how to make that model face? like, i can't do that face. >> i think it's all about attitude and confidence. you do it well, actually. >> jimmy: attitude and confidence? >> do sexy now. >> jimmy: oh no, that was sexy. [ laughter ] >> no -- do rock 'n' roll. i wanna see rock 'n' roll now. >> jimmy: rock 'n' roll? yeah. >> rock 'n' roll. [ laughter ] >> natural. >> jimmy: natural? >> funny. >> jimmy: funny? >> natural funny. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what -- but look at you, here. look at the -- look at this face. ooh, yeah. smoldering. how do you do the -- and then the hand is -- you messin' your hair up. you don't care. >> you're getting -- you're getting -- >> jimmy: you don't even care. you're just like -- [ laughter ] >> i think you've been practicing. you've been practicing, haven't you? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: let's do -- let's do it to each other. two model -- gimme your model face. >> jimmy: oh, la, la, la.
by and some great music by ed sheeran tomorrow night. [ cheers and applause ] see you then. it's a good show. our next guest is an international singing star who has sold millions of records around the world. tonight he's making his first appearance on late night tv. to perform the song "solo tu," from the from his self-titled album, with a little help from the roots, please welcome patrizio! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ i'm caught up caught up by the way you look tonight don't let it stop ♪ ♪ cause you make me feel alive love is hard to find so baby i wont let go ♪ ♪ i follow follow as you turn and walk away ♪ ♪ wait up wait up i got so much
more to say ♪ ♪ i've never felt this way don't leave me on my own ♪ ♪ mm oh yeah ♪ ♪ solo tu, solo tu solo tu, solo tu my baby ♪ ♪ you're the beat in my heart you're the stars that light my way ♪ ♪ oh ♪ only you only you, only you only you my baby ♪ ♪ can we dance some more cause you're my only cure solo tu ♪ ♪ it's burning, burning ♪ you're the fire shining bright come let me in ♪ ♪ and we'll sail away tonight there's no way i can fight it ♪ ♪ i've lost all control
don't say, don't say that your heart is insecure it's too late ♪ ♪ too late as i move across the floor say you're coming home or anywhere that i go ♪ ♪ oh [ cheers and applause ] come on! ♪ solo tu, solo tu solo tu, solo tu my baby ♪ ♪ you're the beat in my heart you're the stars that light my way ♪ ♪ oh ♪ only you, only you only you, only you my baby ♪ ♪ can we dance some more cause you're my only cure solo tu ♪ ♪
♪ ♪ solo tu, yeah solo tu yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ whoa ♪ ♪ solo tu, solo tu solo tu, solo tu my baby ♪ ♪ you're the beat in my heart you're the stars that light my way ♪ ♪ only you, only you only you, only you my baby ♪ ♪ can we dance some more cause you're my only cure solo tu ♪ ♪ can we dance some more cause you're my only cure
solo tu ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: patrizio! that's what i'm talkin' about, buddy! that's the move! patrizio! check out his new album. my thanks to susan sarandon, adriana lima, patrizio, once again. "solo tu!" the greatest band in late night, the roots right here! stay tuned for "carson daly." thank you for watching and have a great night. see you tomorrow, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪